Effective June 27, all wireless users must switch to the Pace_Secure network. Learn more about the transfer.
All wireless users must now use the Pace_Secure wireless network. The PWN and Pace_Guest wireless networks will no longer be accessible. Visitors to Pace who do not have a University assigned MyPace Portal account and password can obtain wireless internet access by creating a guest account through their Pace sponsor (Sponsors must be a Pace faculty, staff, or student). This account will be used to connect to the Pace_Secure wireless network.
What do I need to do if my machine is already configured for Pace_Secure or I have a Pace-owned machine on the Pace domain?
Nothing! You should be able to connect to the wireless network without making any configuration changes to your device.
How can I connect to the Pace_Secure wireless network?
Simply configure your wireless device to connect to the Pace_Connect. Follow the instructions to load XpressConnect. XpressConnect automatically configures your wireless device (laptop, iPad, Smartphone) for the Pace_Secure wireless network.
- XpressConnect works with Windows (XP, Vista and 7), Mac (Tiger, Leopard, Snow Leopard, and iPhone), Ubunto, and Android devices (except original Androids which are not compatible with the Pace wireless network).
- Running XpressConnect is a one-time process. Once completed your device is configured to connect to Pace_Secure.
- If using an Apple product, once you are connected to Pace_Secure, you should go into your wireless settings and “Forget” all previous Pace networks on your device such as: PWN, Pace_Guest, and Pace_Connect.
For additional details/updates please visit our System Status page – http://systemstatus.blogs.pace.edu.
If there are any issues or concerns, please report them to the ITS Help Desk at (914) 773-3648, firstname.lastname@example.org, or online at http://help.pace.edu.
This month, ITS brings us news of software upgrades, cleaner interfaces, extended hours at the ITS Help Desk, and discounted Apps from Apple.
- Apple iOS Developer Enrollment
ITS has enrolled Pace University in the Apple iOS developer plan, a program that will allow us to develop, test, and distribute apps for all Apple mobile devices through the App store.
- Apple Volume Purchase Program
Pace is part of the Apple Volume Purchase Program, which allows us to purchase and distribute Apps in bulk at discounted pricing to staff, faculty, and students. Learn more about the program here: http://www.apple.com/itunes/education/ or send your App requests to the ITS Help Desk e-mail account at: email@example.com.
- New ePortfolio Template
The new ePortfolio template has made its debut on https://eportfolio.pace.edu! Designed by Pace University CVM AmeriCorps intern, NJ Abang, students now have a sleeker, cleaner, Pace-branded space to showcase their achievements in and out of the classroom.
- Wireless Access Points
Additional access points for Administrative locations and high traffic areas were recently added to the following locations:
o Pleasantville: Costello House, Mortola, Goldstein Academics, and Choate House
o New York: 4th Floor Lubin at 1 Pace Plaza
- Listserv Upgrade
For those who use Listservs, Pace has successfully upgraded to a new and improved web interface! Users no longer need to set up separate accounts and passwords to manage all of their lists. To view the new interface for your Listserv, please visit https://list.pace.edu.
- ITS Help Desk Extended Hours
The Help Desk has extended our services to Sunday nights from 6:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. and will have a representative based in the Library during this time. Feel free to call (914) 773-3648 or stop by if you need assistance!